The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 92

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Quite readable and I found information about Captain Gustavus Stupart 1776-1850, that was useful to
my research.
The Magazine is actually titled Volume LXX11 ie 72. Section 2 [July].

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Page 895 - I considered the horns, and, behold, there came up among them another little horn, before whom there were three of the first horns plucked up by the roots ; and, behold, in this horn were eyes like the eyes of man, and a mouth speaking great things.
Page 895 - ... and of the ten horns that were in his head, and of the other which came up, and before whom three fell ; even of that horn that had eyes, and a mouth that spake very great things, whose look was more stout than his fellows.
Page 1028 - Experiments on the Solar and on the Terrestrial Rays that occasion Heat; with a comparative View of the Laws to which Light and Heat, or rather the Rays which occasion them, are subject, in order to determine whether they are the same or different.
Page 1025 - ... while sucking. Elephants never lie down to give their young ones suck; and it often happens, when the dam is tall, that she is obliged for some time to bend her body towards her young, to enable him to reach the nipple with his mouth: consequently, if ever the trunk...
Page 1051 - My Lords and Gentlemen, By virtue of his majesty's commission under the great seal, to us and other lords directed, and now read, we do, in his majesty's name, and in obedience to his commands, prorogue this parliament to Thursday the 22d day of August, next, to be then here holden ; and this parliament is accordingly prorogued to Thursday the 22d day of August next.
Page 895 - And the ten horns out of this kingdom are ten kings that shall arise: and another shall rise after them; and he shall be diverse from the first, and he shall subdue three kings.
Page 917 - ... you have done me, in presenting me to the living of Graffham. Nothing can be more exquisitely gratifying to my very best feeling, than the language in which you have conveyed to me this mark of your friendship. Indeed, dear Sir, you have enabled me to pass the years of declining life in comfortable and honourable independence. You have given me additional and unalterable conviction, that the...
Page 816 - The Muni then departed ; and, after five days had elapsed, he assembled four Pandits for the purpose of calculating the destiny of the child ; three of whom divined, that, as he had marks on his hands...
Page 917 - ... than the language in which you have conveyed to me this mark of your friendship. Indeed, dear Sir, you have enabled me to pass the years of declining life in comfortable and honourable independence. You have given me additional and unalterable conviction, that the firmness with which I have adhered to my principles has obtained for me the approbation of wise and good men. And when that approbation assumes, as it now does, the form of protection, I fairly confess to you, that the patronage of...
Page 769 - Consul, contains the expression of its own gratitude. The organ of the sovereign will, it was of opinion, could not better fulfil the intentions of the French people, than by calling in the aid of the arts to perpetuate the remembrance of this memorable event.

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